New Year Goals To Master Your Mindset and Become the Best Version of Yourself

New Year Goals To Master Your Mindset and Become the Best Version of Yourself

Thankfully, the innumerable hardship of 2020 is behind us. But will you take it with you into the new year or will you break the pattern to master your mindset?

For me, this year will be about the celebration of life and to view challenges with an optimistic lens. In other words, to embrace the fresh start and manifest a healthy mindset. Optimism is an attribute known to propel people towards success, as co-founder of BiOptimizers and a guest on Swanwick’s The Edge Podcast, Wade Lightheart, keenly observed.

Here are 6 invaluable growth mindset tips to help set yourself up for success throughout the year.

1. Avoid The Negative Nellies

Avoid The Negative Nellies

Most of our thoughts are habitual patterns wired in us by the people we spend the most time with. Consequently, what you expose yourself to can either lift you to your highest potential or lowest depth.

Make time to review your day, analyze the patterns, and dive deeper into your time spent with people. Avoid the negative Nellies and welcome those that lift your spirit. Choose your circle wisely this year if you want to optimize your mindset.

2. Turn Negatives Into Positives

Turn Negatives Into Positives

When you catch yourself complaining about something, for example, the gloomy weather, add a positive sentence at the end. This simple action can help you rewire your mindset to notice the good in every seemingly unfavorable situation. Like the rainbow at the far end of a heavy dark cloud. 

Yes, stress is a normal part of life but remember that whatever negative thought you lean to will more than likely manifest itself.

3. Continuously Upgrade Yourself

Continuously Upgrade Yourself

Albert Einstein once said: “If you always do what you always did, you'll always get what you always got.” 

This may seem obvious. Yet, when we feel dissatisfied with a particular outcome, it’s often because we fail to embrace change. We’ve all got stuck on this treadmill. But if you want the outcome to change, you have to take action. Learn to identify your own behavioral patterns to create more optimal thinking, effectively regulate your emotions, and accelerate your awareness.

It’s amazing how small changes can lead to big breakthroughs!

4. Develop Self-Reliance

Develop Self-Reliance

A person with a self-reliant mindset doesn’t wait around for someone else to take care of important matters. They take initiative and try to figure it out themselves. They make their own decisions. They have life goals. They stay informed and they take responsibility for their own lives. This growth mindset drives action. It prepares you for the unexpected and sets you up for success during hard times.

As part of your ‘new year, new me’ challenge, consider developing a self-reliance mindset to help you knock this year out of the park.

5. Find Your Personalized Balance

Find Your Personalized Balance

We can all agree that personalized health is the way of the future.

We all have a unique physiology that will determine our wellness path. With this in mind, it’s best to experiment with different diets with an open mind, while being aware of fads.

According to Wade, and I agree, there is no definitive yes to dietary requirements. As long as we eat more of the food that makes us feel good and less of the food that doesn't, we’re on the right track. It’s that simple. 

What matters most is finding YOUR balance.

In this podcast episode with Wade, he shared his pillars of a healthy mindset – an AWESOME foundation to build on that will help you achieve your new year goals:

  • Air
  • Water
  • Exercise
  • Sunlight
  • Optimizers
  • Mental beliefs
  • Education

PS If you’re a go-getter that aspires to stay on top of your game, subscribe to The Edge Podcast for more inspirational success stories.

6. Optimize Your Sleep

Optimize Your Sleep

While the digital age subtly extends our days, hormones and rest cascades.

This means that blue light exposure emitted by digital devices at night disrupts circadian rhythms – the body’s natural internal clock – which can lead to poor sleep. You might already know about the consequences of poor sleep habits, but here’s a quick reminder.

A study published in the Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment emphasizes that sleep deprivation impacts cognitive performance. In other words, your attention, memory, motivation, self-evaluation, mood, and overall health and mindset are significantly impaired if you don’t prioritize your sleep.

Here are a few easy ways to optimize your sleep:

Check out more powerful ways to hack your sleep, here!

Key Takeaway

Try these healthy mindset tips for yourself and see if it works for you. You can always opt-out if the results are subpar. Think about this for a moment. If you don’t experiment, how will you know? If you don’t challenge yourself, how will you grow to become the best version of yourself?

As Wade would say: Refine your current position. Abandon faulty assumptions. Upgrade!

Happy New Year Swannies Fam!

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